Educational toys have come a long way from the 90s, where anything that might teach kids something was routinely considered boring as hell. There may have been spreadsheets involved. Now, if you want to teach a small person something that might help their careers, you can just grab them a mini-robotics lab or something. The ‘or something’ bit nicely describe’s Lego’s new Spike Prime kit, an engineering, robotics and coding-focused aimed at younger folks than Mindstorm or Technic setups.
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